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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Found this little doll with porcelain head - arms - hands and I think feet. Thought she was adorable. Would love to learn more about her.

    Unfortunately, I am not an expert on antique dolls - and can find nothing on this particular doll that would indicate its age or the manufacturer. Well at least the pictures will show how cute she is.

    Thanks for taking the time to read this and to view the pictures. You will note I am not good at photography either.


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    1. Manikin Manikin, 3 years ago
      A mass produced porcelain doll likely made Asia for a USA co. She would date from 1980's 1990's when these so called antique type dolls were being sold by millions many by catalog and home shopping shows . She is a low quality doll for the time and I would consider her like I do the doll we call "Walda" If she is not stamped with a name on back of neck very difficult to name maker as there were hundreds of makers of all qualities of dolls . Some finer than others . These dolls have no value in today's market since market is flooded with them . They will often appear in antique shops and are sold as antique and are not at all , They are not even reproductions of a antique doll in her case she was made from a contemporary artists mold . When the price of antique bisque dolls fell with internet these dolls were no longer bought and market died . Hope this helps
    2. Manikin Manikin, 3 years ago
      I should add there are artist dolls from that time period that have held up fairly well in market in comparison to company made like yours . There were some very expensive dolls sold during 80s and 90s .

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